Le 18 mars 2016, 07:49 dans Humeurs • 0
Itu2019s no wonder derms love retinoids u2014 they treat acne, rev up cell turnover for smoother, more even skin, and they boost collagen, which helps make pesky fine lines less noticeable. Retinoids are a vitamin-A derivative, and they have been around for over 40 years. Besides retin-A, there are a ton of prescription strength retinoids sold Valentino Flat Shoes under different brand names like Renova, Differin, and Tazorac. If you start using a retinol cream, your usual skin care routine might need a little tweaking, as one reader rightfully suspects.
Crystal M. from Los Angeles asks, "What is the best skin regimen to use with retin-A?"
The key is to think like an overprotective parent when you approach your skin: Be extra-cautious, and pay Valentino Ballerina close attention to how your face reacts to the products and treatments you apply. As for what to use, I asked New York City-based dermatologist Dr. Heidi Waldorf for some guidelines. For a flawless complexion, just follow her tips.
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nAlthough they work wonders, u201cretinoids are often irritating, especially when you first start using them or during the winter months when the weather is cold and dry,u201d says Dr. Waldorf. Your skin will tolerate the treatment better if you stick with a non-drying face wash and a moisturizer that contains glycerin. u201cItu2019s an excellent humectant ingredient that pulls moisture into the outer layers of the skin,u201d she says. SPF is also a must because retinoids make your skin more sensitive to the sun's rays, causing sunburn. Lastly, skip toners and astringents (theyu2019re too harsh) and check with your doc before you use benzoyl peroxide u2014 it might counteract the retinoid.
nCetaphil</strong> Daily Facial Moisturizer With SPF 50+, $13.90, available at Valentino Shoes Soap.com. Slough your skin wisely</strong> nItu2019s totally fine to use a gentle cleansing brush or face Valentino Pumps scrub three times a week or as needed to help physically remove the excess skin cells that'll come off with retinoid use, but Dr. Waldorf cautions retinoid users to wait and see how your skin responds before you attempt intense abrasives or chemical peels. If your skin becomes super-sensitive, it might be best to skip exfoliating completely. Valentino Rockstud Sale u201cFor milder procedures like a salicylic acid peel or microdermabrasion, I suggest you stop using your retinoid for two days before and two days after the treatment, even if youu2019ve had it before,u201d says Dr. Waldorf. The same rule applies with facial waxing, too. Otherwise, it could rip off your skin or even burn due to the rapid increase in cell turnover.